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So disappointed! Her first book was really lovely and funny so I looked forward to reading the second one. What rubbish! Read morePublished 5 months ago by Frédérique Griffith
NOT IN THE SAME CLASS AS " A SHORT HISTORY ETC." NOT NEARLY .Published 10 months ago by James Davidson
Quirky and funny and serious and (a bit) sad, and so different from the usual. Plus a dog whose thoughts are wonderfully translated into 'human". What more can you ask?Published 19 months ago by Liz Young
This story was an education on migrant workers in Europe. Finished it just before the 12/2013 rioting in the Ukraine; so it gave me background on the struggle.Published on December 17, 2013 by Pennzoil
The balance between joy and sadness is found within this book, as is the balance between hope and lack of much to look forward to. Read morePublished on August 3, 2013 by Mirrani
This is by far Marina's funniest book. I read them all and I like them all. But this one had me rolling on the floor laughing.Published on April 6, 2013 by L. T.
I could relate a bit to some of the background of the story, namely picking strawberries in Sweden for a few extra dollars (sorry, koronas). Read morePublished on January 8, 2013 by Anna Haning